Take a Fly-Through The Invercargill Central Inner-City Redevelopment

May 23, 2020
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Take a fly-through the Invercargill Central inner-city redevelopment planned for the city block of Esk, Tay and Dee, Kelvin streets.

Demolition of the old buildings started early 2020.

The new development is being managed by Invercargill Central a joint venture between Invercargill City Council and

Invercargill City Council started a public consultation process today (Tuesday 19th May) ratepayers are being asked to make a decision whether to back the Invercargill City Council’s request for a loan from developers for the CBD development.

An additional $16 million is needed before the major inner city project goes ahead, and the council has already contributed $30 million. More information here

Read the original consultation information here

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